Clinical Research Coordinator

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Clinical Research Coordinator by Mind Map: Clinical Research Coordinator

1. Principal Investigator

1.1. Written communication: -Send procedure reports, study data, and other required documents. -REB submission to be reviewed. Verbal communication & Body language: -Keep IP informed of what is going on with the trial. -Discuss any potential barriers in patient recruitment, study logistic, or data collection. -Discuss study status and request signatures.

2. Research Ethic Board

2.1. Written communication: -REB submission. -Updates on the conduct of the study. -Provide follow-up for any question.

3. Subjects

3.1. Verbal communication: -To ensure participants are fully informed of the study. -Answer their questions, concerns, and follow ups. Written communication: -Obtain consent to study participation. Non-verbal communication (facial expression and body language): -Build trust and confidence and develop positive relationships. -Supervise routine visits and procedures. -Detect non-verbal cues and behaviors.

4. Monitor

4.1. Written communication: -Send study data, reports, and all other required documents. -Clarification of any queries. Verbal communication: -Phone calls and monitoring visits (also non-verbal communication).

5. Site Personnel

5.1. Build positive work environment and support (non-verbal communication).

6. Clinical Research Assistant

6.1. Delegate some administrative tasks(verbal & non-vebal communication).

7. Clinical Research Assosiate

7.1. Verbal & non-verbal communication: -During study site visits and meetings. -Coordinate the delivery of the first batch of medication and other supplies (may also be written) Written communication: -Send required regulatory documents. -CRA send study protocol and any changes if applicable.

8. Clinical Research Team

8.1. Nurse

8.1.1. Verbal & non-verbal communication: -Supervise participants assessments, procedures, drug administration,etc. -Schedule subjects assessments and visits. -Notify of any adverse reaction that may occur.

8.2. Others:

8.2.1. Training and supervising (verbal & non-verbal). Verbal communication: -Identify study procedures -Ensure that regulatory documentation is up to date. Non-verbal communication: -Support the team and build positive work environment.

9. Sponser

9.1. Safety Associate

9.1.1. Written communication: -Submission of study data. -Report adverse events encountered by participants.

9.2. Biostatistician

9.2.1. Submission of study data and reports (Written communication).

10. Laboratory Manager

10.1. Meet to ensure that the study requirements can be met (verbal & non-verbal communication).